Together, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) are the Carribean’s unofficial capital of privacy. The BVI’s roster of five-star resorts is a who’s who of seclusion, with many located on their own islands. Most famous is 74-acre Necker-bought by Richard Branson when he was still under 30, now with room for 40 guests—but extreme-sports-loving visitors should rent out Eustatia instead, which has a water-sports center packed with toys, all under the supervision of instructor and professional kiteboarder Charlie Smith. Plus, from October, yachties can completely commander the nine-room Saba Rock next door, founded as a driving base in the 1960s before morphing into a hotel, while the eourmous Guana, at 850 acres, feels more like a private country for 35 guests.
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